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Elizabeth Hurley

Exclusive! Queen of hearts Liz Hurley opens up about The Royals and her new line of beachwear

Elizabeth Hurley makes a glitzy comeback — as the power-hungry and seemingly heartless Queen Helena in The Royals, and as a model and fashion designer for her scorching new line of beachwear. 

Summer holiday special: Uber-luxury suites to pamper your senses

This summer, consider living up the opulence on your annual vacation, and be sure to factor in the enticing enclosures of the world’s finest luxury suites and villas. 

Jimmy Kimmel

Interview with Jimmy Kimmel: On his mum's cookies at the Oscars, and playing voice-over artiste​

Jimmy Kimmel  speaks with Indulge about his debut  performance as a voice-over artiste, hosting the Academy Awards for the second time, and tweeting about the President 

Art
Dance

Serendipity Arts Festival 2018: Where dance and performative arts will take centre stage

The focus this year in several of the performance events will be looking at gender issues, as well as LGBTQ+ community.

Aristocrat by Natee Utarit

Is optimism ridiculous? Thai artist Natee Utarit on subversion, symbolism and ideas of God in art

It has been a landmark year for Thai artist Natee Utarit, even as he’s being hailed for his wildly subversive artworks and installations.

GenderFLuid

GenderFluid & FluidForms: Parvathi Nayar writes about the power of collaborative projects 

Art and fashion come together in a unique collaborative project to sensitise people, and reflect on gender issues. By Parvathi Nayar

Music
Music performances at Serendipity Arts Festival 2018

Aneesh Pradhan and Sneha Khanwalkar to curate unique sound experiences at Serendipity Arts Festival

Highlights of this year’s music projects include Sounds in my Head, an immersive, surreal and transformative sound experience, among others. 

French Jazz Band OZMA

French jazz band OZMA on the evolution of classical jazz with electronic music

Their sixth album, Welcome Home, 2016, is also a tribute to their fifth bandmate and trombone player, who had left the group briefly for five years, which is when they became a quartet.

Kolkata-based Subhagata Singha on his new album The Incident

How this Bengali musician is using instrumental progressive rock music to tell a space story

The upcoming album will take listeners on a musical journey about what happened prior to the incident, as well as an epilogue of how the spaceship actually turns into a light beam.

Books
At the unveiling of the AKLF logo

#LetsCelebrate: Kolkata Literary Festival 2019 unveils new logo

Oxford Bookstore, Kolkata, recently organised a curtain raiser for the 10th annual Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival (AKLF) to be held from January 18 to 20 at four heritage sites of the city

Anita Nair’s latest novel Eating Wasps uses a paranormal link to weave the tales of ten women

“For #MeToo to have a lasting effect, it needs to percolate down to various kinds of people who live in a world outside of social media.”

Author Andrew Sean Greer

Pulitzer winner Andrew Sean Greer on Less and more

All set to visit the city for teh Apeejay Kolkata Literary Festival 2019, Andrew Sean Greer tells us how he turned a dreadful novel on its head, and into a Pulitzer-winning comedy